Our activities center around causes that benefit and advocate for those who need a hand, especially children.


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Our activities center around causes that benefit and advocate for those who need a hand, especially children.


Good Work for 2018-2019

Joint Dinner Celebration

May 16 we celebrated a year of accomplishments by having dinner at Dutch's Daughter. Entertainment was provided by Pat Shoemaker (on guitar) and his daughter, Maggie. Maggie did a great job singing.  

Recognitions

Nancy Wynne is our Club Woman of the Year. Bonnie Andrews received the Red Shoe award from our state president for the great job she did playing the piano at the convention. The club members received Awards of Excellence for the following: International Issues Clara Dinterman and Melinda Shanholtz), Public Issues (Martha Copeland), Education (Gina Opatovsky), Communication and Public Relations (Nancy Keller Bonde, Mary Snyder, and Debbie Winkles), Fundraising and Development (Melinda Shanholtz), and Leadership (Carol Feser). Mary Snyder was recognized for her work in restarting our all-important newsletter. In addition, a special recognition went the work lead by President, Carol Feser in support of our veterans. 

Photos from our celebration, below.

What We Do

Bring your donations for Heartly House to Steiner House  any Tuesday 10 AM-1PM.

The Frederick Woman’s Civic Club, inc. is a united group of women dedicated to service to the Frederick community. We volunteer our time and skills to support education, health, the arts, historic preservation, and more. For over 100 years, our club has made an impact in  our community. 

Who WE are

What's Happening

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MardiGras 2019 was a huge success. The Silent Auction was filled with delightful offerings from art to vacations, to dining, to spa treatments ... something for everyone. Our royal court  was  decked in their finery. The food was delicious, and the dancing was great fun. Find out what we are up to next.



Calendar of Events

Steiner House

Steiner House was built by architect, Stephen Steiner in 1807.

Welcome to Steiner House, home to the Frederick Woman's Civic Club, inc. Built in 1807, it is a City of Frederick Landmark and appears on the National Register of Historic Homes.  Learn  more about our home and how you can share in its rich history and beauty.  Then please join us for a tour very soon.

Historical Architecture

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